If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to spice up your PowerPoint presentations, why not give the popular cloud-based web graphics application Canva a try? Canva not only contains numerous ready-made design templates, but also a flexible, easy-to-use set of tools if you want to “roll your own.” Here are some tips on how to use it to create supporting images for your PowerPoint slides.
Mind mapping software varies widely in terms of its presentation capabilities. That’s the conclusion of my latest research report, which compares the capabilities of 9 popular programs.
Nancy Duarte, visual thinking book author and consultant, earlier this week launched Diagrammer, a searchable database of 4,000 business diagram templates that you can purchase and download for only 99 cents each.
Many diagramming software programs today are like Swiss Army Knives – they can create almost any kind of diagram you could imagine, including mind maps. But mind mapping isn’t usually their strong suit. Here’s why.
How do the leading mind mapping software programs handle exports to PowerPoint? My latest report reveals all.
CS Odessa recently announced that they have released an update to ConceptDraw MINDMAP that provides an improved export to PowerPoint function, plus several other enhancements and improvements.
Most of the top mind mapping software programs now offer a presentation mode, which enable you to walk your audience one branch at a time through your map’s content in a very focused, engaging way. To do this effectively, however, there are a number of key things you need to keep in mind.
SmartDraw.com has just launched SmartDraw 2009, a new version of its popular diagramming and mapping software that features a wealth of improvements – including the ability to animate or “sequence” your diagrams when exporting them to PowerPoint, and several new mind mapping enhancements.